The Battery Show Europe
The Battery Show Europe is the leading advanced battery trade fair showcasing manufacturing solutions along the supply chain, including battery materials, manufacturing, equipment, components, testing and recycling, across a range of industries including automotive, electronics, power tools, utilities, telecommunications and defence.
Following their successful launch in Sindelfingen in 2017, The Battery Show Europe now moves to the city of Hanover, where the automotive industry plays a crucial roles in the state's economy, playing home to suppliers Volkswagen Nutzfahrzeuge (VW), Continental AG, WABCO, Komatsu Hanomag and the Johnson Controls, as well as many other automobile production facilities across the state.
The Battery Show Europe co-locates with Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe, Europe’s manufacturing exhibition and conference showcasing manufacturing and supply solutions along the supply chain, including electrical powertrains and components, battery management systems, materials and equipment.
- The Battery Show is a free-to-attend exhibition that offers an unparalleled opportunity to connect with the manufacturers of battery technology
- Network with global representatives from the entire advanced battery supply chain
- You’ll gain a comprehensive insight into the latest advanced battery materials
- The Battery Show provides a unique overview of the wide variety of battery technology available
- Stay informed on the latest designs, manufacturing processes, technological advances, materials and trends so you can manage cost and performance and give your customers what they need
- Be seen at the industry’s largest free-to-attend exhibition and networking event
Hanover is the perfect host for an event that serves the entire battery and electric and hybrid supply chain, because the city’s automotive industry plays a crucial role in the state’s economy, with 30% of employment in Lower Saxony being in this sector.
A large proportion of this is attributed to automotive suppliers Volkswagen Nutzfahrzeuge (VW) and Continental AG, vehicle system manufacturer WABCO, construction machinery manufacturer Komatsu Hanomag and the Johnson Controls battery factory, as well as many other automobile production facilities across the state.
Car manufacturers are entering the stationary battery market by building storage systems from retired car batteries. In cooperation with other partners, Daimler has launched several “second use” projects, including a 15MW project in the city of Hanover.
Situated in the heart of Europe, Lower Saxony offers increased opportunities for globalisation, which is a key focus for the 300+ exhibitors at The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo seeking collaborations across the entire global supply chain. The Messegelände boasts the world’s largest exhibition grounds and Hanover offers excellent European and intercontinental connections with major transport routes providing easy access for the 2018 event’s anticipated 5,000 attendees.
Tuesday 15 May 09:00hrs-17:00hrs
Wednesday 16 May 09:00hrs-17:00hrs
Thursday 17 May 09:00hrs-15:00hrs